Hello and welcome to Six Minutes. The other day I was sitting just outside my office. It’s a place where I love to sit and read, especially in the morning. And I was reading Napoleon Hill’s book, “The Master Key to Riches,” for—I don’t know—maybe the hundredth time or more. And I came across a point that I want to share with you today, because it’s so important. It’s called The Hope of Achievement. Hill said, “The greatest of all forms of happiness comes as the result of hope of achievement of some yet unattained desire. And poor beyond description is the person who cannot look to the future with hope that he or she will become the person they’d like to be.”
Do you know what hope does? Hope gives you options. When a person has no hope, they’re sunk. They’re really sunk. Hope gives you options. Now, if you have a hope for achievement, think of what he said: “The greatest of all forms of happiness comes as the result of hope of achievement of some yet unattained desire. “
What is it that you really want to accomplish? I’m talking about something big. Think about it. Hope of achievement gives you options of how you can get ahead. Spend the next four or five minutes thinking about that. This is Bob Proctor and thank you.